My new Cab Motor Works Recon

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Couturenico   1 µW

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My new Cab Motor Works Recon

Post by Couturenico » Feb 06 2020 5:34pm

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SlowCo   100 kW

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Re: My new Cab Motor Works Recon

Post by SlowCo » Feb 07 2020 6:40am

EEB frame with QS273 motor?
What specs (batt. pack, controller, etc.)?
And why is the rear disk brake larger than the front while it should have regen braking...?

Couturenico   1 µW

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Re: My new Cab Motor Works Recon

Post by Couturenico » Feb 08 2020 7:35am

Hey sorry for the late reply! I’m completely new to the whole ebike experience and just wanted to say Hi to everyone! I come from a motocross background and let me tell you, this beast should not have pedals lmfaoo!!!!

As to specs on the bike it’s a 20 kW Sine Wave System, battery is 72v 63ah 4500wh, it does have regen braking system produces 4kw in power.. anything else you’d like to know by all means I’m all ears! Absoulty loving this bike, top speed so far 59.8 but it’s the torque I’m in love with, monster out of the hole...

bakaneko   100 W

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Re: My new Cab Motor Works Recon

Post by bakaneko » Feb 08 2020 8:37am

4.5kwH in that small frame compartment?! what chemistry is that

Couturenico   1 µW

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Re: My new Cab Motor Works Recon

Post by Couturenico » Feb 08 2020 12:03pm

I’m not sure but bike feels great, taken it to a local buddy’s motocross track and did great, balance is great, agile, to me feels great and I race 450’s so to me the bike performed well! I opted for the bigger battery for the distance, could have went have the size but it’s nice peace if mine when on a long haul lol..

xenodius   1 kW

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Re: My new Cab Motor Works Recon

Post by xenodius » Feb 08 2020 4:32pm

bakaneko wrote:
Feb 08 2020 8:37am
4.5kwH in that small frame compartment?! what chemistry is that
I fit a 21s24p pack of 29E cells in an EEB frame, total 5.5kwh. Bit much honestly, just crazy heavy and 29E doesn't even have good power. Took ages to tab-weld the pack and it was a total loss after a car hit me... they turned left without looking for traffic. Now I've got a 21s 14p pack of 30Q's in a Qulbix 140, better power, less weight, room to spare for accessories, still could go >100 miles in a day if I liked.

litespeed   100 kW

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Re: My new Cab Motor Works Recon

Post by litespeed » Feb 09 2020 10:53am

Bike looks great. I’ve never seen that seat before....I’m think this is the best looking one so far. Where did you purchase it? What’s your all up weight? Also like the raised bars. I retro fitted my forks with direct mount stem and used 6” rise bars.....yours looks better.

Consider making a video next time at the track.....if you race 450’s you’ll show what I’ve said for years. My bike weighs in around 125 lbs which some consider heavy but coming from a DRZ400 it’s a featherweight! I have basically the same bike with a 205 motor and 20s15p 30Q.

Super cool!

Tom
I'm married so you know I'm no stranger to pain!

Couturenico   1 µW

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Re: My new Cab Motor Works Recon

Post by Couturenico » Feb 15 2020 11:52am

I purchased the bike from Cab MotorWorks and the seat comes stock on this model, it’s their motocross seat! Thank you for all the kind words, I’m loving this bike! I’m in New Jersey so a little cold rite now but still taking it out whenever I get the chance. I will for sure take video next time I’m out and about, waiting to get GoPro hero 8 so should be able to get some nice video! There’s also a single track called 6 mile run not that far from me so gonna check that out as well.. bike is still lighter then a 450 and 250.. not sure exact weight but around 160lbs I’d say! But you can YouTube videos of the bike in the dyno and tell me what you think.. IT sounds like your bike is pretty badass too!

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